Skyline - San Bruno is a public college located in San Bruno, California in the San Francisco Bay Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,612 undergraduate students. The Skyline - San Bruno acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Automotive Mechanics, and Business. Graduating 25% of students, Skyline - San Bruno alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,800.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.39 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.35 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.36 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities237 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics175 Graduates
Health Service Preparatory Studies91 Graduates
Natural Sciences82 Graduates
Child Care Provider66 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science41 Graduates
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Skyline College - San Bruno Reviews
Skyline College is a great place for those to earn credit in a very relaxed and accepting environment. The stress-free vibes of the school really promote a comfortable learning space for people to express their beliefs and opinions without fear of judgement. With views overlooking the ocean that are hard to beat, Skyline also has multiple little hiking/walking trails for when you need a break from the college scene. It's also fun to take your dog up there as well! The professors at Skyline really care about the well-being of the students and aim to grow them both academically and emotionally. The food at the SkyCafe is well-above most cafeteria food and the employees are really sweet.
Skyline College is a little gem within the city of San Bruno. For a community college it has a lot to offer. For example, it has many diverse classes with many diverse professors. Moreover, the resources Skyline College offers is extravagant, mind blowing even. Any student looking for help to further their college career, or simply make their lives outside of college better, Skyline has the resources to help said-student. For Athletics, they have your typical baseball and basketball team, but don't expect anything diverse on that particular subject. For example, they don't have swimming. On the downside, their food is subpar, being overpriced for it's quality, although the college does offer free food in the quad on occasion. The professors are a gamble, and this is where ratemyprofessor.com comes in handy. Overall, Skyline College is the ideal school one should go to for it's overall beauty, academics, and diversity.
I’m a first semester freshman here and it’s a really average/boring school. There is a big lack of passion and drive in the student body. Everyone seems to be drifting, here to just get the grades and go home. But while professors here are a hit or miss, for the most part they put a lot of effort into their lectures and can be a great source for help. There also aren’t enough classes/proffesors. For example, there being only one Calculus class, which filled up before registration for regular students even started. Skyline also does a lot for its students, providing scholarships for a large portion, and providing them with plenty of on-campus support.